Great show for both Eilen's brand and Hillfolk Noir. Love her new albums sound and from the stories she told I wish I could go camping with she and her crew in Idaho. Also I would love to hear Eilen's version of the folk song "Wayfaring Stranger". Maybe next year when she returns to the Hamilton. Cheers its "Miller Time"
Seeing Eileen Jewell, Jerry Miller and the band left me “shaking all over”...in a real good way. The Idaho based band is a annual regular at the Narrows that I look forward to seeing each they are around. Seeing, listening and partaking their nicely blended Americana, Rockabilly, Texas Swing and Ballard’s leaves me feeling revitalized by their genuine sound. Also a big tip of the hat to opening duo of Lindsey Hunt and Steve Fulton who are the heir apparent to the Civil Wars. Man, swweeet harmonies accompanied by fiddle and acoustic guitar. Both of these acts are Idaho based, and a must see if you enjoy real musical talent and a genuineness in what they perform. Two very big thumbs, I will be looking out for of them again!
Eilen and the band never dissapoint. Nice to hear some exciting new material as well. Jerry is a treat to watch on his Gretsch, and Shawn puts on a show with his standup bass. Jason adds the perfect touch on the drums and the occasional backup vocal, as well as a mean wash board... bring your dirty laundry!